Steve Nash Rumors: Toronto Raptors A Possibility?

Steve Nash is a free agent and while the Phoenix Suns have said repeatedly and recently that they would like to have him back and he's reportedly expressed similar interest in returning, that doesn't mean he will stay. At this point, it's impossible to know where he will end up playing next season.

Should he decide to leave, some think he might try and chase a championship by taking a lot less money to go to a contender like the Miami Heat or New York Knicks. One writer, however, thinks he could choose to go back to his home country and help rebuild the Toronto Raptors.

Sam Smith of NBA.com files this report.

Many believe Nash instead of chasing a title with a contender for a lesser salary will go back to Canada and the Raptors for a three-year deal and help bring their young players along.

Talk about Nash with Suns fans, hit up Bright Side of the Sun. To learn more about Nash with the Raptors, check out Raptors HQ.

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